Those could all equally be correlation, rather than cause, of course. I think from those data to say that "depression and anxiety... can happen to anyone who smokes cannabis on a regular basis" is an unsubstantiated jump.
Obviously some people have a tendency towards mental health problem issues, and should probably avoid.
Why certainly I would be more than glad:
Cannabis use and psychosis
Cannabis use and mental health in young people
Cannabis use in adolescence and risk of adult psychosis
Cannabis and mental health
You can also use Google Scholar, just search medical or psychology journals and use the right keywords and you'll find a number of studies with similar findings.
The A[dvisory] C[ommittee on the] M[isuse of] D[rugs] report published yesterday concludes that evidence on its mental health links is not strong enough to justify changing the status of cannabis to class B. "The current evidence suggests, at worst, that using cannabis increases the lifetime risk of developing schizophrenia by 1%."
I would, if you're comfy with that kind of thing. Only done a 40x extract a few times, but with a mild dose there was exaggerated gravity, time distortion and general wobblyness. A bit tricky getting a major dose because I had to take 2-3 hits back to back, however that warped reality into a supravisual time-stretched sense-melded synaesthetic fractaline vortex like so many crappy computer generated rave visuals come to life, only more amazing and incomprehensible.so no one would recommend salvia?
my dealer, who supplies me with massive quantities of very potent shit at a more than reasonable price, is in Gambia so last night 1 AM i was cleaning the ol' pipe and smoking the resin like a true crack-head junkie
Practically a bimonthly ritual over here... I suppose I could ask some of the local Two-Sixers for the hookup, but those teardrop tats are so intimidating...
Next week's class will be on crank dat dances.
it's not genetially engineered. its a product of selective breeding which is quite different.